“Yasmine Lahlou is a highly regarded practitioner with ‘an exceptional ability to read a situation and understand her client’s needs. She is intelligent, skilled and client-friendly.’”
For over 18 years Yasmine Lahlou has represented clients in international arbitration and courts in virtually every continent. Her ability to master complex facts and transaction documents provides the foundation for effective strategic advice and great results. Having practiced in France before qualifying in New York in 2003, Yasmine understands the practical and cultural differences presented in cross-border disputes.
Initially trained in Paris and qualified to practice both in France and New York, Yasmine works easily across civil and common law traditions. She has particular experience in construction, pharmaceutical, aerospace, telecommunications and energy disputes involving both private and sovereign parties.
Yasmine has acted as counsel and arbitrator under the most widely used arbitration rules, including the ICC, ICDR, LCIA, UNCITRAL and SCC Rules. In addition, she represents clients in courts actions related to arbitration award enforcement proceedings, helps clients seek discovery under U.S. Code Section 1782 and serves as an arbitrator.
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